Yosemite Short Line Flatcar in On30

Discussion in 'On30 Forum' started by Waldbahner, Jun 13, 2006.

  1. Waldbahner

    Waldbahner Member

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    Hello over there,

    yesterday, I've fnished my first flatcar, constructed by the plans of YSL-car out of NG&SL-Gazzette May/Jun 1988.

    All white parts are cnc-milled out of styrene. This is a shot of the finished car just before painting...

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    More pictures of this car and the parts can be seen on my website
    http://www.us-waldbahnen.de/On30/Fahrzeuge/Flachwagen/Flachwagen_e.htm

    I'm also working on an YSL passenger car.
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    Best regards from Germany, Gerd
  2. ScottyB

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    Looks great! Keep us updated with photos before and after painting!

    Scott
  3. RailRon

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    WHAT???

    Hey Gerd, are you really wasting your time playing with trains, instead of visiting one soccer match after the other? After all, you have a world championship in Germany! :D:D:D

    Hehe - just a joke! :wave: On the contrary, I'm relieved that there is at least ONE other person here in Europe who can do something else than watching soccer on TV. sign1

    Those are great looking cars. The front wall of the passenger car is just awesome. Now I wonder how the finished cars wll look like. BTW, also the narrow gauge track looks wonderful!

    Ron (sending greetings aus der Schweiz :D)
  4. Waldbahner

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    Hello all,

    I was very busy in the last days and here is the result :

    I've assembled a second flatcar with staks, the YSL hopper-car is neraly ready for the paintshop too.

    The passenger car is nearly finished with paint ;-)
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    More pictures of all this cars can be found here
    http://www.us-waldbahnen.de/On30/Fahrzeuge/Wagen_e.htm

    Gerd